can someone rewrite this in terms of y?
I know you need to multiply by e, but I don't know what to do from there.
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K so I put it to the power of e then.
But I'm not quite sure how to simplify it after that (ie. with the + and the - and how to simplify into x and division)
It's not "multiplying", but composing with the exponential function.
And honestly, I don't think it is possible to write this in terms of y
But I don't believe you will get much simplier form.
Originally Posted by Moo And honestly, I don't think it is possible to write this in terms of y
That's what I'm starting to think, as well. =/
*Forgot to mention this, but C is an arbitrary constant.
It's value doesn't matter.
It does look like there not too much you can do to simplify this, except the piece with ln.
Yeah, that didn't work.
But it makes sense to me.
Any more takers? = /
Last edited by woohoo; December 7th 2008 at 10:20 PM.
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